AgriArgo UK, the UK and Ireland branch of Landini tractor maker ARGO Tractors, will once again have a large presence at the rescheduled LAMMA 2022 (4-5 May, NEC, Birmingham), and plans to give a UK national show debut to a number of new models, on the back of multiple new dealer signings across its Landini brand.
The focus of the Landini of the stand will be on smaller tractors suited to specialist and stock tasks. Models on show will include representative tractors from the 49-57hp Mistral 2 range with Kohler Stage V three-cylinder engines and an exhaust gas after-treatment system that helps maintain a compact design.
Also on display will be models from the Rex 4 series. Available in fruit, special and vineyard versions, these 75, 90, 95, 102, and 112hp models can be specified with options including cab suspension and Robo-Shift electro-hydraulic reverse shuttle.
Landini exhibits will also include models from the latest four-cylinder 4 and 5 series. Particularly suited to livestock work and light handling, they will be shown complete with Landini loaders.
The three-model 4 series, with 61, 68 and 75hp power outputs, is a strong seller for Landini among livestock farm customers. Specification includes a 2,110mm wheelbase, mechanical rear linkage with 3,000kg lift capacity, optional front linkage and PTO, and 52 l/min hydraulic system. Meanwhile, the four-cylinder 95/102/114hp 5 series is topped by the 5-120 Dynamic, nominated as a finalist for the ‘Tractor of the Year 2022’ award in the Best Utility category.
A strong presence once again
“After coronavirus put paid to LAMMA 2021, and then resulted in a delayed 2022 event, we are really looking forward to being a major presence at the show once more,” says Adrian Winnett, managing director of AgriArgo UK Ltd.
“The past year or so has seen a raft of new dealer signings across the UK and Ireland for Landini, and there is more to come on the product and dealer front. Customers and dealers – whether existing, new or potential – can expect a warm welcome and plenty to see on our LAMMA ’22 stand.”